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A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
5850 E. Still Circle
AZ, 85206
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A.T. Still University () is the original founding institution of osteopathic healthcare, established in 1892 by Andrew Taylor Still. As a leading health sciences university, ATSU is comprised of two campuses (Kirksville, Mo., and Mesa, Ariz.) on more than 200 acres with six prestigious schools. Learning environments include residential and online medical degrees as well as community-based partnerships worldwide. ATSU has more than 700 employees dedicated to its not-for-profit mission and an average annual enrollment of over 3,100 students from 35 countries.

ATSU is renowned for its preeminence as a multidisciplinary healthcare educator. The University is focused on integrating the founding tenets of osteopathic medicine and the advancing knowledge of today's science. ATSU continually earns distinctions as the graduate health sciences university with best-in-class curriculum and a community outreach mission to serve the underserved. The University has a rich history of leadership in both healthcare education and correlated research.

ATSU instills within students the compassion, experience and knowledge required to address the whole person and shape healthcare in communities where needs are greatest. Inspired to influence whole person healthcare, ATSU graduates contribute to the future of integrated care while also leading with a selfless passion in the communities they serve.


A.T. Still University of Health Sciences is deeply committed to an educational and collaborative environment embracing cultural proficiency. Students striving to become the best healthcare professionals possible must understand and embrace society’s diversity. This is also true for ATSU’s faculty and staff.

Andrew Taylor Still, MD, DO, founder of osteopathic medicine and ATSU, was a licensed physician and surgeon, healthcare innovator, abolitionist, civil war hospital steward, and suffragist who created opportunities for women in medicine as early as the 1890s.

Today, ATSU supports students who learn and serve in diverse, underserved, urban, and rural communities across America. ATSU’s alumni also practice, work, and volunteer across the world. Many hold leadership positions dedicated to bringing quality healthcare to those in greatest need.

Thank you for taking a few moments to explore ATSU’s commitment to cultural proficiency. We invite you to join us on our journey by exploring out website and following us on social media.


Dr. Still’s heritage reflects American Indian ties

Being a healthcare practitioner who incorporated mind, body and spirit into his method of healing and treatment for patients, it is no surprise that Dr. A.T. Still was influenced by living among the Shawnee Tribe for a time in his life. It is also through his father’s bloodline that Dr. Still actually claimed his American Indian heritage as a descendant of the now-known Lumbee Tribe.


Dr. Navarro shares story of hope, inspiration

“I traveled many years and thousands of miles to end up four blocks from where I started,” recounted Isaac Navarro, DMD, ’08 and ATSU board of trustees member, during the Jan. 22 George Blue Spruce Hero Healer Luncheon Series.

Dr. Navarro’s travels–literally speaking-are true and intentional, but figuratively, his travels have included thousands of miles in hardships as well.


Students volunteer for MLK Challenge

A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Student National Medical Association (SNMA) partnered with Truman State University’s Multicultural Affairs in commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. with the MLK Collegiate Challenge. The MLK Collegiate Challenge was introduced to Truman State University seven years ago and was designed to be a coordinated day of volunteer service for a plethora of organizations and community partners throughout Kirksville, Mo. Students met early on Monday, Jan. 19 and were given the name of the organization they would be volunteering for throughout the day. Some organizations include the Adair County Health Department, The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, and the Hospice of Northeast Missouri.


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    A.T. Still University of Health Sciences serves as a learning-centered university dedicated to preparing highly competent professionals through innovative academic programs with a commitment to continue its osteopathic heritage and focus on whole person healthcare, scholarship, community health, interprofessional education, diversity, and underserved populations.


    To be the preeminent University for health professions


  • Leading innovator in health professions education
  • Superior students and graduates who exemplify the University’s mission
  • Osteopathic philosophy demonstrated and integrated
  • Pioneering contributions to healthcare education, knowledge, and practice


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